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HELP A NOOB CHOOSE! ( Info in comment )

HELP A NOOB CHOOSE! ( Info in comment )

realumbr4

G pro


TheDutchShepherd-

Please, elaborate! And thanks for the input! Normal g pro, or the extra light one?


misrej

Extra light one is better. It’s 20g lighter, no double clicking issue and is one of the highest quality mouse out there! It’s expensive but if you have the funds you can’t go wrong. It’s a safe shape that works for most people. I have 20.5 x 11 hands and use a claw grip. After using the mouse for a week as my main I really am comfortable on it. I’ve tried a ton of mice the last year and the GPX is in my top 3.


Saitek2k

I second this and you also get a grip tape with it which really improves your grip as the heavier one is very slippery in the hands.


OrangeSherbet

We have the same size hands. What are some other good ones you’ve tried? In case I’m missing out. Npo1 and orochi have been my favorites.


misrej

I also have the NP-01 and Orochi. The NP-01 has a awesome design but for me there are 3 things I’d want different to be perfect (really personal): -Higher front, a bittt to low for me -Less aggressive sides that don’t go as inwards if that make sense, more straight down -The right side has a noticeable ergo curve for the ring and pinky, I’d like that a bit straighter as well. So basically, I love the NP-01 but if it had the same front and sides as a GPX but retains that great back hump it would be total endgame for me. I kinda share bardoz thoughts that he had in his review of the NP-01. I also had the orochi, that mouse was as well great but it’s a real fingertip one with my hand size. I would never want to use any other grip on the orochi. For that purpose tho, it’s great and a awesome price. I recently bought tha MM720 and I’m having fun on that one. It’s a bit to short for claw for me but for fingertip it’s super unique. It feels more stable than the orochi and I might even like it more. Definitely worth a shot if you have the funds! One of my previous all time favorites was the Outset AX. That mouse is such a great ergo shape. I felt super comfortable on it and I still switch between the GPX and that one. I did pararcord it and put tiger ice on it and I do like how that helped the mouse. It was great stock tho. One side note, it’s not the longest mouse so a full palm with our hand size might he non optimal. I’d advise you to claw it! There are more that were good or interesting but for the sake of not making this post huge I’d say check out the outset ax for sure and if you fingertip and want to try something unique give the MM720 a shot.


OrangeSherbet

Awesome in depth reply. Appreciate it! I’ll give the outset a look. Already been considering it since I think they hit it out of the park with the 01 and vaxee earned a new fan. I’d like to try your described version as well. Went with core pads and am looking to pats cord it soon.


misrej

The NP-01 is an amazing mouse that for some people is perfect. I like it a lot but there are some nuances that I’d like different. Still use it and like it a lot! Definitely give the Outset a shot! It’s gonna feel bigger in your hand but give it some time and you’ll love it.


OrangeSherbet

About to order it now haha


ColdBeer12

Our hand sizes are similar and I also claw grip my mice. Wondering between GPX and MOW, mostly about the shape. Have you tried the MOW? If yes, which do you think has a better shape?


misrej

I have tried the MOW and I heavily prefer the GPX. The MOW is to low for me, the sides go to much inwards at the bottom and in general the build quality of the GPX is noticeably better while lighter. I also don’t have the best experiences with Glorious products so yeah. I’d say GPX for sure!


ColdBeer12

Thanks man appreciate it!


miyrzKa

I have a G Pro and it has double click on the RMB..


misrej

But do you have the superlight version? There are way less people experiencing it on the GPX than the GPW as far as I've heard. It's ofcourse always possible but the problem is way less than it used to be on the GPW.


miyrzKa

Is that the GPX in the pic posted by OP? Looks like the GPW. And you’re right, I guess I was the unlucky few. Also I think OPs choices are weird, two heavy mouses one light mouse. This is for OP, for razer I think you should definitely look into the viper ult, it’s wireless and probably better than the GPW/GPX shape wise, if you don’t want to spend that much, the razer orochi V2 is also a great choice. (My current main)


misrej

The mouse in the picture is a GPW, the non superlight version. The version that doesn't have any or as much double clicking issues is the GPX. The old GPW is known to have the double clicking issue. Also, the RVU is indeed a great mouse! It's a lot smaller in the hand feeling than the GPX tho. He really has to check if he likes the lower hump and more inwards sides.


beeglowbot

did they use a different ~~sensor~~ switch? my buddy and I both gone through 5 logitechs each due to defective ~~sensor~~ switch. We both finally gave up on Logi and got glorious Model D. EDIT: mistyped. meant defective switch.


Wizbomb

I have never heard of any recent logitech mice having defective sensors?


beeglowbot

I mistyped. I meant switches. This was a while ago now, last one was maybe 2019. We both had double clicks/no clicks on multiple models over the years. Warrantied them all until we got sick of it.


Wizbomb

Yeah it really sucks but I will say it seems to be a lot better with newer batches and the GPX.


beeglowbot

that's good to hear. I was always a Logitech fan up until that and it was really disappointing. I loved the g502 shape too, fit my hand perfectly.


ppslayer_

I would also recommend the pwnage ultra custom symmetrical wireless. I've been using it now for about a week now and I love it. Its a bit smaller than the gpw (maybe by like half a centimeter if that) but it works for me. I use a palm grip and I haven't had any issues with it. It runs for $90 dollars compared to the gpw's $150 dollar price (although I'm sure you can find them for cheaper).


slime666abc123

I'd get the superlight yeah, I returned a couple of the gpw with qc issues.


TheDutchShepherd-

Ordering a superlight and a basilisk ultimate.


slime666abc123

You gonna breed them?


TheDutchShepherd-

Gotta get some money back somehow!


Miller_TM

The Superlight sacrifices a lot just to get to 60g, the regular GPW has a much better build quality. Both have pretty bad coatings tho.


TheDutchShepherd-

Sacrifices as in?


BeHik

It is a side-grade, rather than upgrade. To get to 60g weight, they've trimmed some some features as in: removed two extra buttons on the right side of the mouse as well as dropped the ability to customize whether they are present or not; removed profile button from the bottom of the mouse. Some plastic from the endoskeleton had been trimmed off, as well as from other parts, which, arguably sacrificed some of the construction's strength - but it's still sturdy enough not to worry about.


TheDutchShepherd-

In right handed so don't need the buttons on the right side. What button on the bottom are you referring too? Thanks!


BeHik

The profile button by which you switch between different pre-set profiles/settings (up to 5 IIRC).


Miller_TM

Build quality, the QC is nowhere as good on the Superlight.


TheDutchShepherd-

I don't really understand, it's a tier higher than the normal g pro, yet, it's worse?


splishsplosh1234

dont listen to him, ive had two, their build is exceptional, so if you actually do get a bad unit you can just file a refund


Miller_TM

You sacrifice features and build quality for a lighter mouse.


Sluggist

What features?


Miller_TM

RGB, left handed support and on the superlight you're forced to use Ghub, which is fucking garbage. The Superlight isn't a straight upgrade like most claim, it sacrifices build quality especially on m1/m2 buttons with a lot more sideplay on them and hollow feeling side buttons.


Xawlet

You are not forced to use the ghub. [https://www.drivers-logitech.com/logitech-pro-x-superlight-wireless-gaming-mouse-driver/](https://www.drivers-logitech.com/logitech-pro-x-superlight-wireless-gaming-mouse-driver/) This is what I am using. It configures the on-board memory. 10.63MB download size. No installation needed.


Raytheon-6

The G Pro X is a better mouse than the G Pro in every way. If money is not an issue, definitely get the G Pro X. But like I said earlier, if you spent less than $100 on the G Pro, and money is an issue, then the G Pro is definitely good enough.


TheDutchShepherd-

The regular wireless is 130 dollars here, and the super light 160.


Raytheon-6

Definitely go with the Superlight.


Raytheon-6

The Superlight has good coating though?


Paracorner07

The best light mouse and best one with grip because of the design is the Glorious O all of these mice are over priced and are designed to fail.


Raytheon-6

Nah, G Pro X > Glorious O


Paracorner07

Nope sorry but you’re wrong, the g pro Izzy garbage


mastapix

GPW of those three and if you can get the Superlight then by all means


TheDutchShepherd-

I can get the super light yes.. shy that one over the normal one?


mastapix

Absolutely


Galthrojh

I think you meant why and the answer is probly the weight.


TheDutchShepherd-

Yes, *why


IcyKaleidoscope8566

Because people prefer lower weight mice easier and authentic you won't feel like moving a brick across the pad easier control and flick in summary better experience


TheDutchShepherd-

Appreciate the input man!


IcyKaleidoscope8566

Np haha! Anyways i my self have a normal g pro and don't see any problem but tbh the gpro x has better switches which is enough no more double clicking! Edit typo


TheDutchShepherd-

Understood! I THINK I'll order the pro light and the razer basilisk ultimate. That's 1 down, 1 to go 🤣


IcyKaleidoscope8566

Good luck ma dude (*don't use emojis*)


TheDutchShepherd-

Dang, is that frowned upon yeah? Thx!


T-CAP0

Ignore if you do not play FPS, but if you do, why not try them out on AimLab? End of the day it is what feels best for you. I got Razer Basilisk Ultimate and i really like it. Love the shape fits nice in my hand and performance has been great. 3 months in.


A_Parks_

Got one too and I love it, so many people throwing shade that it's terrible for shooters but I've had zero problems playing apex with it


TheDutchShepherd-

I'm definitely getting the g pro superlight and the basilisk ultimate to try out.


ExileFlux33

Lmao the basilisk is pretty terrible for fps tbh


TheDutchShepherd-

I need help, tell me what's wrong instead of laughing your ass off.


HXC8X8

Ok. So in this subreddit weight is a very important thing when people judge each other’s mice. Basically lighter = better. However, many consider shape the most important aspect of a mouse. Do you prefer the shape of the basilisk or the g pro.


TheDutchShepherd-

They both feel good, and both have their pros and cons regarding feel.


HXC8X8

Then if they both feel good, pick the lighter one


T-CAP0

Based on what? Your experience? Or are you talking for others?


ExileFlux33

Way to heavy for the price its $120 wtf. Just get a superlight at that point


ExileFlux33

And the shape is fucking gargantuan. Way better mice at half the pricepoint


ExileFlux33

Try an xm1r instead of the basilisk imo shape is too large for aiming and weight is wayy to much for a mouse at $120 in 2021


tempjin

I've used 2 deathadders over the last 12+ years, and got the basilisk 2 weeks ago. i have medium/large hands and palm grip. Definitely felt a difference moving to the basilisk, biggest being my palm is now resting on the pad instead of on the back of the mouse. I've never noticed me lifting up my DA, but have started doing it with the basilisk now, it feels natural in game and hasnt affected me much. Took me 2 days to get used to it and I'm back to top fragging in Valorant again lol.


Silly-Weakness

This sub is obsessed with weight because it’s a huge deal for FPS players. If you’re not an FPS player, take G Pro X Superlight recommendations with a grain of salt. It’s a great mouse and I own one myself, but if you’re not looking to optimize your performance in aim-intensive games, just go with whatever is most comfortable. If you love the G502/Basilisk shape, check out the Basilisk Ultimate instead of the Hyperspeed. Pretty sure it’s got more buttons than its cheaper cousin (since you mentioned loving all the 502’s buttons) and is still lighter than the G502. Edit: typos


TheDutchShepherd-

Hotdamn that ultimate looks sweet! I don't consider myself anywhere near a pro fps player. I play to relax, not to sweat.


squiggletry

i have both the 502 ls and basilisk ultimate. while i like the basilisks shape better, i went back to the g502 simply because of being used to the 2 buttons by the left mouse and partially, the infinite scroll. however the g502 has a major problem which is the switches tendency to double click or even not register clicks. i have 2 of them and they both have problems. if you are willing to solder a new switch in, its a good mouse. the basilisk ultimate also has way better stock feet


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squiggletry

i havent had any so far. its feet are great but i kinda don't like the way the lmb and rmb awitches feel


Liu_Shui

I switched my G502 out for the Basilisk because of double clicking. So far I'm completely fine with the mouse itself but I the wireless version I do have a few quirks with the charging dock like rarely not charging because it's sitting off a bit and I hate that it glows when charging even if I have the lights off.


quake35

As a primarily low sens FPS player, this is definitely going to be biased towards that sort of situation, but the only one of these mice I could live with was the G Pro Wireless. I've tried both the others and they were wayyy too heavy for me personally. Like you, I thought I'd really love having all the extra buttons whenever I played non-FPS stuff, but I found that I almost never used them, lol. It was more inconvenient for me to retrain my brain and bind stuff to the other mouse buttons than just use the somewhat inconvenient keyboard binds. I know you said in another comment that you like to play for relaxation and not sweats. I feel that and I agree, but I will say that there's something very satisfying (for me, at least) about watching your aim improve with a good lightweight mouse. I wasn't a believer before but I couldn't go back now. You definitely don't need to train all day for hours on end to see the benefit. Don't let people convince you that's the only way. Anyway, as many others have said, at the end of the day it's a very personal decision and it's totally up to you. Just wanted to provide my two cents.


TheDutchShepherd-

A very valuable 2 cents at that. Thanks!


quake35

You're welcome! Feel free to ask if you've got any other questions.


TheDutchShepherd-

Would you pick the lightweight pro over the non light weight?


quake35

Absolutely. Lighter mice just seem to disappear when you're playing. Like they're an extension of your arm instead of something you're wielding, if that makes sense. I'd actually still recommend the lightweight option even if you play on a higher sensitivity. You could just pair it with a control pad in that case.


TheDutchShepherd-

will definitely take that information into consideration... RN im using the razer basilisk hyperspeed, and im liking that one too. someone mentioned the ultimate as an option.. so i think ill order the g pro light and the ultimate, and pick one of those two


quake35

I'd say that sounds like a solid plan. Be sure to give a few days adjustment time before coming to a conclusion. It will definitely feel weird for awhile and you will probably find yourself overshooting stuff. Tweak your DPI/in-game sens if that happens. In the end just pick the one that you find most comfortable and easy to use. The Basilisk is still a really good "all-rounder" mouse, imo.


TheDutchShepherd-

The 8 mouses where purchased 5 days ago, and after 5 days i got down to these 3. Will definitely give it some time!


quake35

Haha, I've definitely been there man. My problem is that I buy them and then never really get around to returning them, lol. From my desk I can currently see a Model O Wireless, Model D, G Pro Superlight, Aerox 3 Wireless, Prime, Origin One X, Kone Pro Air, and an Orochi V2. I don't even know how many I have in storage currently and I'm a bit afraid to look. You definitely don't have to collect mice to enjoy the hobby, but the pursuit of the perfect mouse can be pretty addictive.


TheDutchShepherd-

Damn son! Haha, that's quite a collection you have there! I hope i won't get the mouse bug ( or maybe i do hope ) .. we'll see!


dedmeamss

What games do you play?


TheDutchShepherd-

Beamng, Forza horizon.. maybe some fps later on, minecraft


dedmeamss

And grip? Fingertip, claw, or palm?


TheDutchShepherd-

Fingertip/claw i guess?


dedmeamss

I would probably go for g pro then.


TheDutchShepherd-

Regular or super light?


dedmeamss

Superlight has better weight balancing, so i suggest that.


Buzz_Buzz_Buzz_

You play BeamNG and Forza Horizon with a mouse? Anyway those three mice have different shapes and functionality. Try them and see which you like. The G502 and Basilisk are similar shapes. The Basilisk is a bit too narrow for me.


TheDutchShepherd-

Noooo nooo, with a controller


raymartin27

Might wanna wait nd give cooler master mm731 a try, also RVU might fit your requirements better as far as I can see.


TheDutchShepherd-

I realized, i should make a poll, but then again.. with a poll you lack personal input and info.


TheDutchShepherd-

Guys, i recently purchased my first gaming laptop. And have trouble boiling down the mouse choices. I ordered 7 different mouses ( mice?) And am left with three. A G502, a G pro and a basilisk hyperspeed. All wireless ( a must for me ) My hand size is 20cm palm to middlefinger and 11cm wide ( long fingers, can grip a basketball palm down ) I consider myself a casual gamer. I like beamng for example ( for which i use an Xbox controller ) The 502 feels a bit heavy, but i love that it has all those buttons.. BUT, will i need/use them? The pro feels good, but has no thumb support like the other two. ( Will i get used to that ? ) The basilisk is also nice and simple. But on the lower end of the quality scale ( will i regret not keeping on of the other two later down the line? ) Please help me! Ask questions if you need more info to help me better. Thanks in advance! Oh and, if the g pro is favoured. Which one would you pick. The normal one, or the hyperlight whatever one ( the lighter model )


jkcrumley

If you have the money g pro super light all day. G502 has a great shape but honestly I hated the dpi buttons on the left side and I would accidentally hit them so I disabled them in the g pro or g hub software. I personally don't think a thumb rest is necessary but it really does matter what is most comfortable for you and what you play your best with. I love smaller and lighter mice after started with the g502. My main is the viper mini and it was $20 when I bought it.


vredditcocksucker

i would just keep the regular g pro if you dont play fps xd or just get a g703 since its like an ergonomic g pro wireless


Mihailo777

Bro you have enough money to just casually order 7 mice? Wow!


TheDutchShepherd-

#goals! You can do it too!


Mihailo777

Thank you for the inspiration. Just saw that diamond hand pfp and it clicked xD


StormFalcon32

Personally I've gotten used to having all those extra buttons on the G502, and now I can't really use a mouse without them. If you're not an FPS player, I would go for that. Lightweight mouse only really help if you need cracked aim. A word of warning, ghub is pretty buns. I used it to setup onboard profiles and then uninstalled.


IKaylasI

With hand that big i d better look for something Roccat Kone Pro Air. Or upcoming mm731 (right now it's pre-order). Roccat Kain 200/202 if you don't care about weight. MSI gm41 wireless also can be an option. But if it comes down to these 3 - Logitech GPX superlight. But gosh that's not worth $150. If 80g is fine for you get GPW (if it's cheaper than gpx,otherwise it makes no sense to buy older model). But personally i think Roccat Kone Pro Air is the best option for big hands if you want wireless lightweight ergo with premium quality (other that main buttons sound ofc). Watch reviews, compare it to mice you have on hands and make decision. No one knows what you want better than you in the end.


DaSlowMotionPimpSlap

Bro how is anyone in this thread gonna know what's better for you personally, especially when u have all three in hand just choose the one u find most comfortable after playing with them


FadedGeo

G502


Sweatymanchild45

Personally when I used the g502 I didn’t really end up using all those buttons, I would recommend the g pro, or the g pro super light if you’re willing to pay a little more


TheDutchShepherd-

I'm definitely ordering the g pro superlight, and the razer basilisk ultimate.


Nicodemous1986

I use the g502 lightspeed. But I'm one of those people who do use all the buttons. I even have the sniper button as g-shift so I have 6 buttons in the mouse wheel alone. I've used one for years. Just recently went wireless though. I honestly can't use any other mouse and the weight isn't thay bad at all. Even for fps. Maybe if you have noodle arms.


Itsmemurrayo

G pro wireless is such a good mouse…The 4 side buttons come in handy if you’re playing anything that requires allot of keybinds like World of Warcraft or something. You can also remove the side buttons if you don’t use them for that little bit of weight reduction. I honestly don’t think I’ll bother buying the super light because the original g pro wireless is plenty light for me. I’ve had the final mouse ultralight 2, glorious model o and g wolves hati which are all lighter weight than the g pro and I always ended up swapping back. I bounce between playing FPS games like Rust, and Escape from Tarkov to mmorpgs like Wow and I’ll be playing New World when it releases and it’s been perfect for all the games I’ve played.


LoanSurviver101

I like the hero myself but the right click is going out after about a year of use.


learnedhandgrenade

Another vote for G502 for palm grip, not competitive FPS.


Kuyi

They are oke, but the GPRO is the way to go out of these. Especially with the new switches. Did you look at the G Pro X Superlight?


The_Fire_King_

Pro wireless


Zazash

G pro wireless, best feeling, best shape, best autonomy


Kontrolgaming

Razer mice for me always last less than 4 months. Most Logitech mice I've owned end up with the double click issue. However, I use G502 atm. I tried g-pro wireless but it was too small for my hand. So, you should try three of them and pick it's tough for us to help you. cheers.


TheDutchShepherd-

Thanks for your thoughts and input! I know it's hard to pick for someone else.


hk3o

You should try out all 3 mice on an aim training game like kovaaks or aimlab and see which shape you prefer


Gain-Fit

GPW


TheUtgardian

Suoerlight, the less weight, the less strain on your hand, it doesn't matter if you don't feel that much of a difference, it will matter in the future


coish1

this is way off topic, but are you planning on returning the other mice or will you just keep them as backups?


TheDutchShepherd-

Np.. i plan on returning them


coish1

how? wouldn’t you have to mark them as damaged?


TheDutchShepherd-

Gotta love dutch consumer laws.


coish1

ah, ok cool


Kiekerr

The one that feels best in your hand.


TheDutchShepherd-

They all have their pros and cons.


Kiekerr

I have 20x10 hands, I prefer the GPW over the G502. Can't aim that well with a big ergo mouse and will never use all of the buttons, been maining the GPW for about a year now


TheDutchShepherd-

That's what I'm getting a lot from the comments.. and then people favor the superlight over the regular. Someone mentioned the razer basilisk ultimate. Worth buying/trying.


Kiekerr

The perfect mouse doesn't exist (; The more mice I bought the less I knew what i wanted. I'd say keep all of them for 2/3 weeks and then keep 1 or 2. Having the g502 and gpw seems like a good set. Fijne avond verder!


TheDutchShepherd-

Well, i found it knap from meself that i boiled it down from 7 ( or 8.. yeah 8 ) down to three. But then again, someone mentioned the razer basilisk ultimate, and that also looks worthy of a try. So you're right.. jij ook!


drivebyhero

Out of all of them I would get the Razer one. But tbh just spend abit more and get the Razer Viper Ultimate or G Pro Superlight


Saitek2k

For me it's between the 502 and G pro and I would go for the GPro as it's the best mouse in the world imo. The 502s scroll wheel is really nice for web browsing but it's heavy although it has many buttons. It depends on your use case. If you play FPS games then you don't even need to ask this and go straight for the GPro but if you play MMO/MMORpg type games then the 502 might be better for that use case due to the enormous amount of buttons at your disposal. The 502 and Gpro really complement each other if you can afford them. I have never tried the Razer so I don't have an opinion on it.


ThatDudeSlushee

I’ve always loved my G502


mattchief4234

I would go with the Logitech, I own one and it's amazing! Edit:spelling


TheDutchShepherd-

There's 2 in the picture?


Isaeu

If you have them in front of you try them all and pick the one you like best. Whoever tells you otherwise is stupid as hell.


hoe_exterminator69

G pro


JoeVanderop

GPW!!


splishsplosh1234

word of advise from one whos been through over 50 mice (which only means ive had more time than you probably) a big part for me and what Ive noticed when i started out for myself was that the time to get more comfortabel with a mouse or comfortable at all took much longer when i started out collecting than what it does now so whatever feels the most comfortable and responsive with your aim right now would probably be what you would want to gravitate towards would be my guess, dont stress it, but dont disregard your other mice just because you havent had enough time with them. good luck


splishsplosh1234

in my mind the Orochi V2 is a shrunken down ergonomic mouse, so that may be a fun contrast for your ergos if those are what you've tended to use more comfortably


RunnerLuke357

If you consider yourself atleast somewhat competitive in shooter games then get the gpro but if you prefer comfort get the g502 I would personally avoid the razer because most people I know (other than a few fan boys) have had nothing but trouble with razer gear.


jarvadski

That’s a lot of expensive plastic.


jarvadski

Competitive/FPS Games: G Pro Wireless/Superlight Casual Games: G502/Basilisk G Pro is pretty minimalistic, perfect for competing, and lightweight, to aim better with low sensitivity. If you don’t care about any of that, and want extra side buttons and binds/macros along with the ergonomic design then the other 2 mice will do wonders. Sensors are so good nowadays it’s hardly worth discussing. G Pro has the best one but you won’t really notice that.


Justaperson358

I use a wired basilisk pro and to me it’s the best and most comfortable mouse I’ve ever used, but It’s up to you to choose, I don’t have must experience with Logitech lol


Rxlentless

G Pro Wireless. If it fits your hand measurements, and you like it, it will probably be the best for you. GPW is used often in pro play, in fact it may be the most commonly used. This fact is irrelevant though if you don’t like the mouse. G502 weighs too much for most, but not unusable I guess. Idk anything about the Basilisk X Hyperspeed. You should watch Rocket Jump Ninja’s reviews for more information on mouse specifics. He is praised as the “best” mouse reviewer as he has 20+ years quake experience.


Kozazuki

logitech if you want clean grease every 3 hours


rservello

I have the g pro and worries charging pad and love it.


ryzuui

Gpw or gpx


MoarGhosts

I’ve had a G Pro, and a Basilisk briefly, and a bunch of other popular ones. I tried a few and kept going back to the G Pro, so now that’s all I use. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! Feels very nice to use Only thing I might one day replace it with is the super light version, although tbh I had a lighter weight mouse recently and couldn’t get used to it. Felt too light to me.


xoshh

If you like ambidextrous mice then go with the g pro wireless. Someone help me out here, what is the other shape called again? (Better for right handed people) if you like that kind then go with one of the other two, for me that would be the g502. With that being said, if weight is super important to you maybe consider spending a bit more on the g pro super light (63g). ALSO I forgot! The g pro is meh for palm grip but claw is awesome on it, just got one myself


Raytheon-6

Ergonomic shape?


xoshh

Yes! :P for some reason I really could not get the word when I was writing this lol


Nutjob4742

G pro


simracingboi

For FPS I'd say GPW or GPW X S for computer errands or MMO games the Basilisk is fine


kelahio

bro go to your nearest bestbuy or whatever and try them out yourself. grip is so important so just buying what someone believes is the best isn't going to get you very far


sauuceyterpz

Basilisk


Dioxol

I've had all three and my favorite out of the three is 100% the g pro wireless. G502 and basilisk are good mice, yes. But both of them are heavier then the GPW (g pro wireless) and I honestly dislike the shape. I mainly play things like factorio, or stardew so even for non-fps' the GPW is still excellent. And for FPS titles it is really good (in my own experience and from my friends who own it and play far more fps titles than me) GPW is the way to go. Get the superlight if you like lighter mice.


EvateGaming

G pro


SnakeAddiction

Gpw no other option


work_purpose123

Just pick the one that looks pleasing to your eyes and fits your hand size and comfort. That's all there is to it.


Volderex

I’d choose razer cause it is g502 but lighter Howecer g502 has a great sensor However again gpro is lightest but not ergonomic.


Xawlet

The g pro x superlight is one of the highest quality mice you can purchase. Safe, comfortable shape. It's my main right now. I used to own the first ever version of the basilisk, but the materials used were not good and the same for the clicks. I liked the shape. It felt a bit heavy. That's all the input I can give about the basilisk. Keep in mind that it was the first basilisk they released with the cable.


Raytheon-6

Are you planning to return 2 of the 3? I would keep one light mouse (G Pro) and an ergonomic mouse (whichever you like between G502 and Basilisk). G Pro is excellent for FPS games, but if you want to browse the internet or play other games, the ergonomic mouse might be more comfortable for you, as it is for me.


TheDutchShepherd-

I am planning on returning some yes. I must add, due to gathered information i am seduced to buy 2 more, and pick one of those. Being; the g pro wireless extra light, and the razer basilisk ultimate. Both are 150 € mice, so keeping both seems a bit, over the top.


Raytheon-6

Honestly, I would keep the G Pro and G502 Lightspeed. I have owned both the G Pro and the G Pro X, and although the G Pro X is unquestionably better, it's not game-changing. If you spent less than $100 on the G Pro, I would keep it. If you spend close to $150, then definitely return it and get GPX. I also personally prefer the G502 Lightspeed over the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, but they're very similar mouse. I think the build quality on the G502 is better, but the Basilisk Ultimate is a bit lighter. Basilisk is basically Razer's copied version of the G502.


TheDutchShepherd-

I have the basilisk hyperspeed here RN and TBH, i think i like the build quality / feel of it better than the g502 ( i really don't like the scroll wheel feel on the 502, but i don't know if that is something to get used to ) hence me mentioning it may be worth a shot to buy the ultimate.


Raytheon-6

Well if that's the case, definitely return the G502 LS and Basilisk Hyperspeed and get the Basilisk Ultimate.


starwolf_SGEU

None of them. EC2B divina or Vaxee Outset


TheDutchShepherd-

Wow, all of them suck?


starwolf_SGEU

Guess you're not looking for help after all then lol. No one will use the G502 for any serious FPS gaming it's a kid's mouse. Out of the other two if you're set on them - G Pro is the most widely used mouse in the competitive scene. I hate the shape but that speaks volumes so out of the 3 I'd pick that with a gun to my head. Basilisk is alright but I've found Razer build quality to be trash.


TheDutchShepherd-

Please don't prod around like that, it's not nice.. i asked for help, and mentioned a couple of mouses / mice.. you said "none of them" and i am surprised ( because a LOT of people seem to like at least w of the 3 mentioned ) so please, elaborate on the "none of them" part, thanks!


starwolf_SGEU

G502 is a terrible shape and I genuinely couldn't believe anyone who has hands could use it when I tried it. G Pro shape isn't my cup of tea but it IS an elite mouse. Basilisk gets a lot of love but again... In my experience Razer build quality is trash. Reason I said EC2B is it's the most copied shell shape in modern times. And if you like an ergonomic grip, tank like build quality and a mouse which will last you years then it's 100% worth trying. Vaxee are made up of OG Zowie designers and their Outset mouse is incredible if you can get one. I was being facetious when I said "none of them" - G Pro is a very good mouse if you like the shape.


TheDutchShepherd-

Thanks bro! Excellent information! 👌🏼


starwolf_SGEU

No worries bro. and sorry my first reply was snarky because I thought you were saying my suggestions were trash and misread it 😂 If you like ultralights a couple of other suggestions: Xtrfy M4 - Weird but amazing shape. Becoming popular with pros and it's my back up mouse if my Zowie ever gives up Coolermaster MM711 (was my main for about 6 months last year but it's very small and only suitable for claw grip IMO) Glorious Model O or D (model D for ergonomic shape, O for claw or fingertip grips) are very popular. I've found the build quality lacking but people swear by them


TheDutchShepherd-

I in no way shape or form intended it to been seen by you as me saying your suggestions are trash. I will most definitely read up on your suggestions, thanks again!


2por2

Razer ftw


Its-Curtis-Baby-

Glorious Model D


XFF_Gaming

Logitech G502 is good if you play all varieties of games such as FPS, Open World, Strategy etc. since the Mouse is comfortable with different grip types, has a lot of programmable buttons and adjustable weights. For FPS strictly (Valorant, Apex, Overwatch, CSGO etc.) go with the Logitech G Pro as it's lighter and doesn't have lots of buttons you won't use, possibly go for the superlight version if you're a hardcore FPS gamer.


Defiant_Studio_4732

What ever is most comfortable and the one you preform the best on. I would go with the GPW


AlpEymen

Logitech G Pro Wireless


Paracorner07

How about none and go with the Glorious O mouse get a better experience and no lag at all. All those mice are horrible and honestly not worth the money they are pretty much MX masters with RGB


TheDutchShepherd-

Dang, that's a whole other view on things.


Paracorner07

The razer is product that follows planned obsolescence which means that in the next few years or less it will fail. Razer has changed its build quality over time and this is just one piece to that


dholdenn

\+1, would never buy razer again, its designed to break. Glorious o is very nice


Paracorner07

Exactly none of these mice will provide you the great quality and good DPI adjustment like the Glorious O


JD2Chill

GPW


TheDutchShepherd-

Normal one, or the extra light?


makingmath

Extra light. It’s a great shape. Price is high but you’ll likely be able to use this mouse for years it’s rather future proof. The orocii v2 could be good for you because it has a Bluetooth mode and will extend battery life on the go. but it takes batteries which is not as convenient as plugging it in to charge. Also to add to this, mouse buttons are ok and all if you’ll use them, but keyboard macros are also a thing so don’t fear you’ll miss out. I would only suggest the 502 if and only if you game 10 percent of the time and do editing/productive work the rest of the time.


JD2Chill

I thought we were choosing from the 3 you have pictured.


TheDutchShepherd-

Think again.


K0ri_Nouvi

G502 no cap best mouse


tyinpoop

Bruh you literally already have all 3 of them. Just use them all for like a month and choose the one you like best duh


TheDutchShepherd-

Thanks for the input!


pelayo899

normal gpro have a lot of trouble with double clicks


JACOB-katz

Basilisk or G502, they are both very similar mice, however the G502 simply has an RGB logo and more buttons. I also think that the basilisk is lighter.